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Best Git GUI Clients of 2022: All Platforms Included

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  1. Qgit is one of the smart tools that implement a GUIO for the most common SIGT commands like pop, push, shave and apply matches, making the developer browse revision tree, view patch content, or change files.

  2. gitg is a git repository viewer targeting gtk+/GNOME.

  3. Git Force is one of the powerful tools that allow you to push changes in the commit history, making it free not to line with new or anyone in the future.

  4. Mac and Windows client for Mercurial and Git.

    Git as a Beginner about about 2 months ago:

    I think a gui will be helpful, eg bitbucket sourcetree
  5. Originally founded as a project to simplify sharing code, GitHub has grown into an application used by over a million people to store over two million code repositories, making GitHub the largest code host in the world.

    Please vote on your thoughts on Pizza Tower. I request that... about 2 days ago

    You must use GitHub to host UGC that requires the end-user to download something. This also requires the source code to be open.
  6. GitHub Desktop is a seamless way to contribute to projects on GitHub and GitHub Enterprise.

    Sorry, I have NO idea what I’m doing. about 5 days ago

    You don't need to open the cli, although it can oftentimes be even easier as git commands are simple and powerful. Https://
  7. TortoiseGit is an easy to use client for the Git distributed revision control system.

    TexStudio - git integration for easy committing? about 30 days ago:

    If running TeXStudio in Windows, my personal preference is to keep the automatic check-in disabled and to use the manual one (File -> SVN/git -> Check in); this allows an individual commit message with the briefer abstract line, empty line, and the longer report. Perhaps it is less exhaustive then a proper git client (in Windows e.g., tortoise), yet TeXStudio' GUI and integrated version control allows to resolve...
  8. The Git interface you've been missing all your life

    What apps should I get if I am a programmer in college? Also... about about 1 month ago:

    A git client: Fork (paid), GitFox (paid), or Tower (subscription) for git version control. Which one you use is personal preference / price sensitivity. It's Ford vs Chevy. GitUp is free but a little weirder UI, though very powerful.
  9. “Version control outside the Terminal is usually a clusterfuck. Gitbox looks the most straightforward that I've seen thus far.” Mark Otto, UI designer at Twitter. “I've started really, really liking Git since getting Gitbox.

  10. Free - GPL v2

    GitHub Desktop 3.2: Preview your pull request about 19 days ago

    For those who want a GUI around this on Mac, is an incredible secret weapon. You can swipe over a bunch of lines or let the software identify a whole span of contiguous changed lines, click a button, and see just those changes move over from your unstaged to staged changes, then commit exactly what you want. A lot of times people don't even understand how powerful the staging area...
  11. The intuitive, fast, and beautiful cross-platform Git client.

    The Terrible UX of Git (2021) about 4 months ago

    The Git CLI is terrifying and awful. It's far too easy to clobber your own work -- and that of others -- when the whole point of it was to prevent that. While you still need to really deeply understand several git concepts to use it, GitKraken[0] is the best GUI tool I've used in daily practice. It integrates well with git hosts and has an attractive and mostly comprehensible interface. Accordingly, it isn't free...
  12. SmartGit is a front-end for the distributed version control system Git and runs on Windows, Mac OS...

  13. git-cola is a powerful GUI for git, a distributed revision control system.

  14. A Git client for Windows, Mac and Linux.